“Usually the artist is in charge of the perspective, they’re in charge of the way in which we are seen. I wanted it to be a connecting experience, where we kind of give and take and share that experience together.”
Would you rather be drowned in Jello or suffocated by cheesecake?
These comedians’ answers will surprise you, and you definitely can’t find any of this stuff on Google.
“Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Volume Two,” with interviews by King and edited by Elena Rose, is a collection of 16 interviews with queer and trans artists of color that inspire, empower and give an intimate glance into the creative process of some of the most interesting artists in the world.
Queer triple threat performer, director, and visionary Kelly Bartnik is mixing the episodic TV show format with live immersive theater performance and you can see it this weekend!
A uh, corpse museum? Man has a problem with hearing the word “period,” Molly’s inner cowboy takes no shit, a bisexual rebel who hates kids, Meryl Fcking Streep, queer nightlife, and so much more!
Kaylah’s face is the official face of a queer art exhibition stacked with badass queer artists including Chelsea Barg, Shannon Lester, and Shelley Penner, among others.
“July 11th is a night of performance and party about freaks, all undesirable in their own ways, making life and getting lucky, getting life and making luck.”
Julia Weldon made this enormously gay video just in time for Pride, and she wants to share it with you.